The following GENERAL RULES pertain to the Environmental Studies minor program:
- Students minoring in Environmental Studies must complete at least 18 semester hours (6 courses) to be chosen from the courses listed.
- Because this is an interdisciplinary program, students may not count more than two courses from any one department or discipline toward the minor.
- Students must take at least two upper-division (junior and senior rank) courses. For this reason, the basic introductory prerequisite courses are included in most instances.
- Courses that students use to fulfill their major requirements may not be also applied towards fulfillment of the requirements for an Environmental Studies minor. That is, a course may count towards either a major or a minor, but not both.
For additional information on the courses listed in the Environmental Studies program or on any other aspect of the Environmental Studies minor program, see:
Dr. Mark Stoll
Environmental Studies Program
Department of History
Holden Hall 135
Updated: April 28, 2009